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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 28 August 1883

I carHMMawMau.iaatjHB(iea-Hiiluwmjiij.iiiji "THE CHEYENNE wWMwawWBKfiEaW".Ji WWCffTj AlWUIt tH, iyyoar,w wm waH'im'cm 0tfBsJ9CvHi4KrfWwHK94VuPtAnnHBH yjrijtsgfeS! TniM Ifi 'Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. Ctoyenne and Arapahoe Agency, DARLINGTON, IKD, TER. AUOUST 28, 1883, Entered m tlir Postonico in Darlington, us tfccontf class manor. MAIL TIME TABLE. Culchvcll & Ft. Silt Line. AllKJVE. AltRIVM rv!!!,iw?rthr.' n n m- Froln South 10 a. m. Mondays Exceptor. Sundaya Excepted. niSi1'8'1"111, tlmo, KohiB S. Tuesdays, SViXXiMiS?:: 80lnB Mon(hiya A". T. & S. F. It.' U, TIME TABLE. CALDWELL STATION. ,0. AUUIVE. DKI'ATiT. Accommodation. 8 MO P.M. I 6:20 A.M. . F. Butlor, of Anadarko, called zn .aturduy and left J. J.Sturm's f-rahcl with us for publication. Reynolds, Doty & llubbell threw open their now trading house to the public yesterday, and are ready for business. Friday's stage took north A. P. i.'aptofion and Geo. Bent, the former o r. business visit to ArknnRn nu-...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 28 August 1883

THE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. Is the only Papor published within a radius of a hundred miloi , SnbscriFtlon, $1.00 Per Tear, in Aflyance. ijt - Brand Advertisements 5 Pir Year. 3T"Iiatea for Display Advortlsomoat made known on application. MONTIILSl RBl'OKT. gynopxls of tho July ltnpnrt or the State Board of Agriculture. Topcka Commonwealth. Tho July report of tho stato board of agriculture is rather more intorost ing than usual, for tho reason that it givos full statistics of tho growing crops. In a revision of winter wheat statistics, tho estimated yield for tho state, as reported by 459 correspond ents, is now placed at 27,127,803 bush els, or an average yield of 18.3 bushels per acre. Tho spring wheat yield has not boon changed by correspondents from that given in Juno. Tho total crop of wheat in Kansas this year is thoroforo 28,382,919 bushels, or a do orcase from the crop of 1882 of about 7,000,000 bushels. Correspondents have raised the state yield of oats per acre from 41.3 last...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 28 August 1883

I3 givon him and do not complain. I have a fortune in the Bank of England, but with it is deposited a will, and the orphan son of Jna is my hoir. You havo boon kind to me, Captain, and in token of my gratitudo I beg you to ac cept my watch and cutlass, and this paper, which you will carefully pre serve." So saying ho hold out a fold ed scrap of paper, which my grand father put into his pocket. Morning dawneo uuv luw oiiu.jjguio eyes did not opon upon it they wore closed forever. In the aftornoon tho "Burial Service at Sea," that most sol ornn of sea scones, was porformed and tho shrouded body of tho pirato1 with a gontlo plungo, broko tho glassy surface of tho ocean, and sank swiftly to tho mysterious depths. It was many hours afterward that my grandfather bethought himself of the paper in his pockat. no oponou it and road as follows: "Captain Luno: On tho eastern point of Nantuokot, at high wator mark, is a tall, sharp cliff. A quarter loaguo duo west from that cliff is a large, ro...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 28 August 1883

sitfui' ru utxiufmui.: mum mumwmrawww tJMWXMHiWBnWMBSHtrlfCglP.MtlfUfK T- , -J l n ... , . ... r.,T " An. )j:an. CAL.DEAN DEAN BROS., .Brfcedors of Thorough-Bxecl and Gradod Short-Horn Onttle. jVllKAKSAS C1TT, COWLia COTJKTY, KA3. CrO TO SAJHkttWBTAw-dHLvTn. "SztLkifr iBiHim71 .j.. i TW ' .. &iismw. Saaflai&'-r--". EAR MARKS. (rep tho light; Under lmlf Crop tlio loll, or reverse. "rOtHe brand 1) on loft shoulder- Rati go, Ottor Creek, Ind. Tor, J. J. STURM, Anndnrko, I. T. R'inoh and range .Yi Cob Creek.' Some like this on jaw tS &C pOJLAJ? El fl iHirMUBFHBjr (Jdo-'ge Benl, Darlington, I T Also ADA. UK .,Miv.. .I l r W9 '.SftTM-Jl frt,Vl. ssrceK-'.atva.n - -K&tf, . o s4u . rT JSte? PoYvder Face, Darlington, Intl. Tor. T S irutton, Skeleton IT Also circle; clrelo bar ; bar ch'de ; ba i c 1 r e 1 o licilrt: circle with per pen dltfalaTbar: circle with lioi'zon tal bar,- all on "i t? uWln. Soipe cattle with heart-cross on Ifeft oide. florae brand heart croso" on left sh...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 13 September 1883

Jyjk. Ji it " H i Ht -a Gi:o. W. aiATFirr, Editor & Propr. (IN'l)IAN AMP STOCK JOt'UN'vL.) 2bl rr La kb MBKitirr Loc'il 15 litor Vol. IV. Ohayanne & Arapahoe Agrency, Darlington, Indian Territory, Sept. 13, 188?.--Ti Pages. No. 24; xm BmccrrBunanxKirrttisttzaamrs&TCXxnsxkJii kUHUI 11AU t'JW JMff.J.-i L V.'JJ.gUlUL.i.Ul'JU UmULWSiirJtJ J'JLJCU'.,IU LU H MM '4) HI -J I If U VH 7.VX lli-iJ-H, Li'-IM "U'.UUU 1'l IUH.I1 TD A Q PARTI? R 1 11 All DI 111 I J1j 11 (JHM V " H Him ENM Y . B. HELM, -hllunnowell.Kaiw. CJJKYEHNE & AUAPAI10E AGENCY HERD. II. II. CAMPBKLTi. in charge. TEN DOLLARS REWARD. m$iB!&i Haimo s o of Hunttc- gTwoll. Some with &on ieir suoumer. branded Willi diaulnj? knil'o on both plmul dera. Ilorso bland like this on liubt thigh MeLELLAN CATTLE CO. Rango Cheyonno & Ar- apahoa rosei nation, I. T. Cattle bianded like Hits I anywhere on right ilde Ail calve branded same with V on lett Jaw. riTTMii i, '" T'TnMffl . 7s. IRMWaP" IB iMfetlf AaMi Horse ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 13 September 1883

IDE CHEYE1E IMPORTER. (INDIAN AND STOCK JOURNAL.) Gr.o. W. MAFFiiT, Editor & Propr. LAri: Mehmtt, Local Editor. fiubecrlption, $1 per Year in Advance. Weyenne & Aiapaboe Agency, Darlington, Indian Ter. A WJCEK J N Til IS WOODS. Wo raako tho following oxtract. from "Lost intho Woods," a thrilling and Iruo story in tho September St. Nicholas of two ehildron who spont a week in trying to find their way out of tho Michigan woods. Tt, was while this army of searchers was scouring tho woods in all direc tions, boating through tho wild shrubs and tangled thickots, and frightening timid birds and animals with the loud "halloo-oo-s," that, in anothor part of tho forest, a bravo nino-year-old boy trudgod wearily through" tho under brush, carrying his sister upon his back. Both their facos woro palo and white with exhaustion, and tho littlo girl's boro tho mark of toars. But Theodoro Lorro was a plucky lad, and had by no moans lost hoart. lie had kept up his courage and cheered his lit...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 13 September 1883

INDUSTRIAL. Thcro aro few years in which locusts or grsshopuors do not make their ap poaranco in the southern part of Russia. Ono first observes in tho hori zon a black cloiul agitated by a pecul iar internal movement. Thon it ap pear directly above you, and the rain of tho largo and heavy insects is so violent that tho boot thing you can do is to tako to your heels. Tho peasantry believe that those pests aro son t by God as the niessongers of his wrath, and they aro, therefore, too much inclined to bow boforo tho scourge, and to lot what tboy believo to bo tho justico of Cod pass by. In some districts thoy simply unito in prayor, and tho images of saints aro placod in tho path of tho locusts, just as was done recontly in St. Petersburg, whon tho holy statues wore placod in front of tho groat con flagration. But this year the iniliction is so torriblo that tho peasantry have taken reasonable measures to check it. Men, women, and children aro busy killing tho pests. Tho insects aro c...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 13 September 1883

wwwaeBiL'jBaef-jOwboawwwM rt,utQMtwi''1'Mtf,w!SMM1'" ' Dodgv City, K Foxt Griffin, Texas, Caldwell, Ks., i wrmmmmm THE OEiaiE TRUSFOKTER. Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance, cucrenne and Arapanoe A2C11C7, darlikgton, ind. ifX AUGUST 13, 1883 It is lime '0 renew subscriptions to the Ciieybnxe Transport ek. Chickasaw Stock Association Brads 57" A rovMinl of 8nt ( I- i ITonU Tor Info mu ll 11 letwiiiiK i.i the tec very of kmjc h oion 'i in menden ot Urn ArsoiioilutiuiiU capuiie of in ll It vos EMMET McCOT, MARTIN COLBERT, mc. and irtii", Piealwtjin. Add o-o Kill SPniNG-s Ind. TKii nsd IYork-Parker-Draper , - .,,.,..... M nvrjnm nEDBO-nTTXXiEl GO. r Ag't Miles is in attendance on the Wichita U. S. court. 0. J. Wood ard is acting Agent during his absence. With this issue the CirEYENWK Transporter completes its fourth volume. A great many subscrip tions are now due, and we hope our subscribers will consider this ,'in in vitation to renew. A dollar is w HinaW n mount, but throw seven or...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 13 September 1883

nt Geo. W. Maffkt, Editor & l'ropr. (IN'DlAtf AN'l) STOCK JHUUN'M,.) Lapis Mimnirr LobjiI K lit or. J Vol. IV. Cheyenne & Arapahoe Agrenoy, Darlinfrbon, Indian Territory. Spt 13,i.88. Ton Pnges. No. 24 .gjj. i- uiLiuuu ijouiiuJLajaiarrwatffltrifrrt'fltT'1"' COHAN D & JIO.SSKlt, Photographers, CALDWELL, KAN. SCIlLKC.hJ, iv Lhl'OU), BLACKSMITHS, LONG JONES' 11KICK SHOP, East Sixth frtreot, - - tnuiwell, Kansas. Wo have leased Iho above shop. nl are prepar ed to do all kinds of repairs o c-itrlagOH. w gon. plows, machinery, otc We have also In rounec tlon with our shop a first class UNgon wooii worn man, who will turn out w ik on the shoi test nolh-e SCattle Brands made a sped lty DYKE CREEK HERD, (Numbering 250 head; M. 11. PLATT, Proprietor, Hereford, Short-Horn & Galloway CATTLE; Stock for Sale & Correspondence Solicited. W. If. KEELTNG. U. C. KEELING . JiL jL. Jl A Js A J9 A J. Jl A 0 cuXiiD-w-EiiiX., :s-7 CO 4&3BFismlfW M"mmp e i . 'D vi u . a a ? i ts&...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 13 September 1883

ar 3jm M.T.JOHNSON, THE CH EY EN T1 E TRARSFOHTER. i i . Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. ii i Cheyenne and Arapahoe Ageney, DARLINGTON, 1NU. TER. SEPT. 13, 1883, fANSAS ChY P. ATM mwm jBft : VVt&3dtti dealer In CD CD 0- O o I o Ft o t3 t vlIESrarry! 1 1 C3 O CD MWHf CO fl CD H- CD ,r.zaz ; iiikuiiiu 'nil Tit m"n wm ..-.- . I", fritnen J '" ' j a TlT-" ' IM1MW GENEKAL ME(I-IANDISE, Johnson's Ranch, Chick. Mion, hi. i P. A. SMITH, Managor. TRAIL SUPPLIES A SPECIALTY 1 1 -f JHF '7 OVi is VJUM Entered at the PoBtoilloo at Darlington, no Hocond olnss niatlcr. Jv ttV ! 7J - n - .,?., M Ktr?n3- rtjWMjc; . - ' " jw --u'a' ' . i'jIk "wlv. jMAILTIAIIOTMSLH. I,. Caldwell & Ft. Sill i.lno. AltKIVK. From North 11 u. m. Mondays ISxooptod. AKUIVK. From South 10 i. m. Sundays Excepted. Statics, same time, uoiiitt S. Tuesdays Thursdays & Saturdays; noing N. Mondays, Wednesdays & Frlda s. A. T. & R. F. K." It, TIM P. TA1SL1S. CALDWHLI STATION. AIMMVK. DKI'AHT. Hfissengor. l...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 13 September 1883

J7 ttttkMX'VunM BXmiHiKmm-AtrieKrttmftsvrru iVH3i HfiW; yuHJCgi'iii6Wk,iMuiiyi.aritiWirji.iumiifc?twMt' THE CHEYENNE TRUSFOHTE& Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. X.ottar from Be v. 2. G. Tnbi CimnoKBE, Swain Co-N.C . Sept. 1st, . DEAK ClIKVUNNK TtlAXSl'OllTlkK : After a loug A. K. KEYXOLDS. D. IT, DOTY. V. X. nUBBlSLL. uui aaiu una piuuetim journey, wo ronouoif our new hotneuiid fluid or labor on the 2Sh mi. i e arc nu in uuuii nealLti ami in ihe.en. REYNOLDS. DOTY & HUBBELL,. iwmwiiii ia i i ii n itw -wm i nuw i" ' "' ' " . i 1i II Miili iSi Mu iim. i I j.j mlBJ u ill. ii mmtm-mm iMi i i aheyenng & Arapahoe Agency, Darlington, Indian Territory. ., ijoyiiicntoriiiany blfssl.iif tli mountain tL'.,"'-SnaAfapallO3Ag811Cy,fiARLiiiftf0fi " lira "PR ljftlHl, Artoi; leaving the-Twritory, we tiit .. Ll im"W0Wlu,1 ,n ln. ivo days with trie.id-? In Indianapolis, Inu., cirn , ," where wo mvt with persons wio nrw much at-t-i. u, IS83. interested in Indlim tvork, and who mvu us ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 13 September 1883

THE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. Ib the only Paper published within a radiui of hundrod miles, Subscription. $1.00 Per Tear, in Aflyance. Brand Advertiiimenti $5 Pr Year. JTTtutoa for Display Advortlaoraorxta made known on application. HOIMIC CJJJOIilCKA STOItlKS. IteuiinlxoonHon of im Kpldumlc in India OumblliiK Hi ttioMldHt or Duuth. i'hlladolpbU TlmcH. "How my cholera experience camo about was in this way," said an old Philadolphian tho othor day. "I went out to Bombay, a fo.v yours ago, whoro I staid with big old Farnham, the United States consul, who is doaf, but just mad about fast trotting Pegu ponies. Woll, lie told mo there was going to bo some fun up in Baroda, a native city about two hundred miles north of Bombay. The ruler of the place, called Mullyrow, or Mulharao Gaokwar, triod to cut up Col. Phayro's inside by gutting a native servant to throw diamond dust in his sherbet, and, as tho colonol was the British roprosontativo at tho CJaok war's court, the discovery of tho attomp...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 13 September 1883

0 A CLEVJKR KOHBEie. AVlio TalkH to Bunk tho Dank ih Jlobbed. The Gcmtlomnn ClorkH Wlillo New York Hun. Mr. Charles Rogers, alias Ilufo, was sauntering through Twenty -seventh street, between Broadway and Fifth avenue, on Monday night, when In spector Byrnes and Detective Sorgeant Handy joined him and held on to him. Mr. Rogers is a pleasant gentleman, but the policemen did not join him for tho sako of his conversation. Mr. Byrnes had received a letter from Polico Marshal Fry, of Baltimore, say ing that Mr. Rogers had bonn as sociated with sevoral other gentlemen in robbing a bank in that city of 810, 000. Jimmy Byrnes, one of "Rufo's" friends, had already been arrested here, but ho had been handed over to tho Brooklyn oilicials for a robbery com mitted in the Brooklyn postoflico, in which Mr. Rogers is also implicated. His arrest is "mirtiallv hard on Mr. Rogers, because a sojourn in the coun try towns, where the "bank mob" usually operates, is at this season par ticularly pleasant...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 13 September 1883

,ir;.ga;jff4,"r'7 r "' SMmx' immTi iaEiiHMi'?rikwrFMiSii1 AI.DI8AN. CAL. DEAN DEAN BROS., IBrecdcrs of Thorough-Bred and Graded Short-Horn Cattle. A1IKAN8AS CITY, COWLEY COUKTT, KAf. MicKBY BH)S. Cantonment Ind. Ty , Hanoh North and ".until (Jana-lian ii v. 1 r- (altlu bi'tuidod witti same bmnd oil either side or hip &.' some 011 both sidus. Hcu'so brand 'VL on ' lel't hip or shouldor. ,.vs. K.fcAJi. 11 1 ww-.. .M r.irawi4 rww , f I' llll'lWfcll if J PI I 1 ilf ifWiii lBV r 4T 1 1 is x m?-sK5iizai-iinm'mxam Carnegie it Praiaor Hanire on Coldwa- lor, I, T. T. O. Pond Additional brands I2AJI lUATiK. Crop U10 light; Under half Crop the loll, or reverse. f ol'ho brand D on left shoulder- Banker Ottor Crook, Ind. Tr, J. J. STURM, Anadarko, I. T. I? a noli and ran go on Cob Creek. Homo like this on mmsMi jaw 0 ' -Ql-" X nJV ttr W M .T T1G&ZK3&:W'ZA W rpnr-)T?T 06,C, WHSHi v - . - TiLtrf MjcM ""ii 1 1 mi -.- xi v kr m;A.''mT!i2jfrjLriT,nr.rikirm4im?i Anything you may need, and ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 28 September 1883

UKl i n CHETENMj TRANSPORTER Ono. W. Mafitet, EUtor &. Propr. (INDIAN AND STOCK JOtKJfVL.) Lafk Mbrfutt Looal iCHtor. YoL V. Cheyenne & Arapahoe Afjenoy, Darlington, Indian Territory, Sept. 28, 1880. Ten Pug-ob. Ka X. If. B. HELM, EX nuiinBTrell.KAn. Range h e of Hunne- well. Some with on lef hi oulder. Alflnsnm- rattle brandod with dinning knife nu both Hluml der. Home brand like thin on right tnlgh j Sin ' V X A B T O ) W C E LYON, S. Powm. Manairei. 11 on left ido. on right .side Road brn d on clthe-side. O Sweetwater Nolan 0 Tex. s liMiiti it ( nt t"tmod week, FMiet Co This b mid on either side P b cl-iiily nn tlui t. Abo the following t rands : S H on lofl side or hip H nn nek A .-houtdei H re H neck A an' d on t'efidido or hip McLELLAN CATTlE CO. U iiiiiiiiiiiiiiI B9P Otoe Agency, 1. T., 8. A. (lum, Gen. anpt. Binge Black Bear and Still Wa er Horse hmnd C M on side or hip. Some cattle with different car marks. W. 6 POWKU , 0 Swe 'water, Nolan Co x h Ranch o Onton ond c...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 28 September 1883

.V THE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER. (INDIAN AND STOCK JOUJlh'AL.) Geo. W. Matfbt, Editor & l'ropi . Lapp. Meiuiitt, Local Editor. Subscription, $1 per Yenr in Advnncc. Cheyenne & A'apalioe Agency, Darlington, Indian Tcr VISION. I looked upon tho grecn-notclicd cape Tlmt hems (v blithesome sciv, I murk a host of wr.ves tlnvt shnpc And rush oxultlngly Toward a shore, so soft inclined, Within a drapery Of,mlst, but half ticllncil, 1 see it aud I do not sec 1 Quick here and there and quiet, too, The billows ohunge their place, And seek and leave and seek anew These sinuous lines of grace, Where curving in and nestling round, The landscape shows to me Pair traits and yi t no bound ' I see it and i do not seel The day mors in from night and dawn, I greet it joyfully, And" think it pleasure newly born I Mud it mystery 1 For closing mists life's pathway drape, As fo!H blind shore and sea, I grope to find its shape, I see it and I do not sec? Mary J3artol,in 2few York Jlomc Journal. TILE GL...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 28 September 1883

cr ( DOMESTIC NOTES. Tomato Preserves. Take tho to matoes as soou as ripe, scald and peel thorn carefully, weigh them, and lay them on a dish and place in tho sun. Allow one pound of whito sugar to a pound of tomatoes. Make a syrup by allowing 0110 pint of water to each pound of sugar. Clarify and boil about, iifteen minutes, and pour boiling hot over the tomatoes; cover and lot them stand until tho next morning. This should bo dono in tho evening; the next morning draw oft tho syrup and let it como to a boil, drop tho fruit in; when they bogin to get soft take them out, and lay on a dish to drain; be careful not to break them. Continue this pro cess until they are clear and tho syrup is thick enough. If tho fruit is very tender, cook tho syrup aud pour over tho tomatoes two evenings in suc cession, then finish oft" on tho third day. Tie up somo broken ginger in a little thin cloth, and boil in tho syrup also somo bits of lemon peel. The smooth yellow tomato makes tho nicest pro ser...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 28 September 1883

MMnmMHHM ' ' -, 1- IWrtBIHilMMl wjMumjiwmujrtiimmmajMMin Must': mitJiniiwiMKiTmwnn iininirtTTtT - 1HE CHEYEKME IMHIER, i i Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. ensyenne and Arafianoe Agency, DARL1NGT0K, ihd. TEH ifmtiuwuinj.iii.iiui AUGUST 28. 1883. pgrmmmM-'juiaiiuuuiu Largo and complete full stock of choice buck gloves, fine boots and gent's furnishing goods, just receiv ed at Council's .Ilendquarlcm When a ranchman loses a calf, ho not only loses the present market value of the aninuil. but also its natural growth and -increase, which soon amounts to several times its present value, thus making an im portant item well worthy the run sidcration of even a en Me king. Chickasaw Stock Association Brands. IWr-A reward of SuO ( 0 Is offored for In tot nin th n leading to tho recovery of Btock Hioton from nu-mnore of this Association and captuio of tho hlfves EMMET McCOY, I MARTIN COLBERT, boc. nliil Treiw I PiosUtont. AddiosH Khin Spuinos, Ind. Tick MA 111 IN COLBERT, P 0 Erin Spring...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 28 September 1883

12) Kim Bl THE CHEYENNE TRANSPORTER M.T.JOHNSON, SAS CliY o h mm wtmy& Subscription, $1 Per Year, in Advance. -dealer in bAAHA a ---- Cayenne anil Arapahoe Agency, DARLINGTON, ind, TER. SEPT. 13, 1883 Entered uttlio roslofllco til Darlington, n second class matter. ' I1. B. Hutchison has returned from Cantonment and resumed duty at Connell's Headquarters. Overcoats, the latest styles and best materials, for sale at Connell's Headquarters. A fit guaranteed. T). Fraser, of Chicago, an exten sive live stock dealer and cattle owner, spent a part of last week at the Agency. A full lino of stoneware, qucons waro and glassware just received at (SonnolPs Headquarters. Call and see those beautiful glass sots. P. Montgomery was down from Kama City several days last week inspecting the cattle recently receiv ed by his firm at this Agency. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. A. Campbell were agreeably surprised last week by the arrival of Mrs. C.'s father. iab. w. ininmng. oi wosport, Jncl., who vi si toil ...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Cheyenne transporter. — 28 September 1883

.- CHEYEME GKO. W. MAmsr, Kditor & I'ropr. (INDIAN AND STOCK JOUKNM..) Law ,Mnuitrrr Local KfHtor. VoL V. Choyonno "- Arapahoo Agoncy, Darlington, Indian Territory, Sept. 28, 1893. Ton Pages. No. I. STtHTCPM TRANSPORTER, '. r- Trf i t COSAN'l) A- MOSSEU, Photographers, CALDWELIj, KAN. SCHLlflOKL & LICPOLD, BLACKSMITHS, LONG JONJOH' MUCK PI 101', East Sixth Streot, - - tuldwcll, Knnsiaa. We huvo leased llio nliovo shop, and are prepar ed to do all klndn of repairs on carriages, w. gori-, plows, machinery, etc. We have also in connec tion wltli our shop a first class wagon wood work man, who will turn out work on the shortest notice 83yCattlo Brands made a Spec! lty. W. II. KKKIJN'fi. II. C. KICK LI KG DYKE CREEK HERD, (Numbering 2.r)0 head; M. K. PLATT, Proprietor, Hereford, Short-Horn & Galloway CATTLE. Stock for Salo &Corrospondonco "Solicited. M . K. l'LATT. JKSSC EVANS. PLATT & EVANS 5 Live Slock Commission Merch'nts KANSAS CITY STOCK YAKDS, Nos. 18 & 10 E...

Publication Title: Cheyenne Transporter
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
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